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Full text of "Annual Evaluation Report Fiscal Year 1984"

514-1

INSTITUTIONAL AID PROGRAMS
(CFDA No. 84.031)

4 *'*

(Expires September 30, 1985)

•583

V5S2
* 553

Authorization

$120,000,000
120,000,000
129,600,OOQ|/

129,600,OOd/
129S600SOOOL/

Appropriation

$110,000,000
120,000,000^
134,416,OOQ|/
134,416,OOQ2/
134,416,000



:    4ss1st institutions of higher education that have limited   financial
>s ar>a tnat   serve   significant  percentages   of low-Income   studentst   to
1 n:*:if tftelr  academic programs,   institutional   management,   fiscal    stability*
»*: st*2e"t serwices; the ultimate objective is institutional  self-sufficiency,

,^^^            ^Developing institutions" are defined in the legislation as 1nst1«

r^y^^f ft 1 gher education which: (1) provide an educational program which
*is in 4* A. or a B.A. degree; (2) are accredited by a nationally recognized
-asTt^ng              or association, or are making reasonable progress toward

t «c*ed1tat1on;   (3) have  satisfied  both  of the  above  requirements  during
f**e                  years   preceding   the   academic   year   during   which   program

be provided—with the exception that the five-year stipulation
se                by the  Secretary for  institutions which  serve to  Increase   the

n af  higher   education   available   to   American   Indian,    Spanish-speaking,
-, 5itcks or low-incoine students;   (4) enroll  a  relatively high percentage
istotients receiving Federal   student financial assistance; and   (5)
and   general   expenditures  than   do   similar  institutions.

::.                   TO        417 (a)

4*             ...........and Objectives

Sur^i Ff 1§84 the Department's principal goals were to:

*                    the Department's co«1tnent to historically black colleges.

*                  technical assistance to and review of on-going projects.
»                                    by June 30. 1984 of funding status.c*   Costs, Benefits, and Effectiveness